Photo Gallery: Greenwich Town Party 2019

Springtime sun and mild breezes lifted spirits as bodies swayed to a wide variety of musical entertainment at the 2019 Greenwich Town Party.

Greenwich-area residents who were fortunate enough to find themselves in possession of highly-sought tickets to this 9th annual edition of the Greenwich Town Party celebrated with dance, smiles, and free-spirited fun at the all-day, volunteer-supported music festival.

Greenwich musicians were well represented, including the Greenwich High School Jazz Ensemble, Greenwich-native Caroline Jones (a rising pop-country singer/songwriter), and the Sun Kings (an all-Greenwich-resident Beatles Tribute Band), and local-favorite classic-rockers 8Track Band, among others!

Full-fledged star-power was also in serious supply with afternoon/evening Main Stage performances by The Beach Boys, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, PLUS headlining southern-rock legends, Lynyrd Skynyrd!



Food trucks served up an abundance of delicious bites - including showings by Bella Nonna, Sweat Pea’s, Burgers Shakes & Fries, Bobby Q’s, Fjord Fish Market, and Chipwitch.

Add in plenty of family-friendly activities for the children AND the opportunity for some of the noteworthy nonprofits that make Greenwich a special place to live all year long to share their messaging with attendees -- and it's easy to see why the well-rounded and professionally-organized Greenwich Town Party consistently ranks as one of the most buzz-worthy cultural events on the Greenwich social calendar!


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Living Greenwich photographer Pam Grunow was in attendance as the music and festivities reverberated across Greenwich Harbor and Long Island Sound from the shores of Roger Sherman Baldwin Park - and she captured lots of photos of locals on the scene. Have a look to see if you recognize any of your friends or neighbors :-)

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Photos by Pam Grunow
Writing by Eric Taubert